Thursday, July 17, 2014
Updated: Thursday, July 17, 2014
Competition stalled but the action continued as the Top 34 took in all South Africa had to offer.
Anywhere else in the world these waves would have made great competition but for Jeffreys we know something better's around the corner. So Sebastian Zietz (HAW) took advantage on a free surf.
Taj Burrow (AUS) enjoying a different perspective on the Supertubes lineup during a lay day free surf.
Dawn patrol is always epic, especially in Africa.
No time to waste, Filipe Toledo (BRA) fine tunes his air game.
Alejo Muniz (BRA) has a bit of a wait with the lay days and Round 5 separating him from his Quarterfinals heat.
Adrian Buchan (AUS) was eliminated in Round 3, but there's plenty of good surfing left in Jeffreys Bay.
Mick Fanning (AUS) staying on point for his Round 5 match-up against Freddy Patacchia Jr.
Fanning never misses a dawnie.
From dusk 'til dawn.
Nat Young (USA) was eliminated in Round 3 but that didn't keep the 2013 Rookie of the Year from enjoying Supertubes.
Kai Otton (AUS) takes one more run, which scored him a nine-point ride in Round 1.
Waves for Water lands in South Africa and Adrian Buchan is on hand to help out.
Waves for Water educates surfers and locals alike on the ease of creating clean water.
Jordy Smith (ZAF), Kelly Slater (USA), and Martin Potter visit the Chipembere Rhino Foundation.
The surfers enjoy breathtaking views of the South African terrain.
The team lands on one of the Eastern Cape's finest game reserves to learn about the Rhino crisis in Africa.
The surfers take a safari to the Chipembere reserve.
Smith attempting to blend in with the wildlife.
Jordy Smith (ZAF) in his natural habitat.
Tom Curren (USA) bringing the first of his many talents to the shores of J-Bay, showcasing his musical stylings.
Curren packed the beach with his midweek concert.
Kolohe Andino (USA) stays focused with a Round 5 heat with Taj Burrow (AUS) on deck.
Pros sit down with Potter to discuss the ASP Heritage Series.
Mick Fanning (AUS) and Kelly Slater (USA) reminisce on the surfing that defined an era at the Heritage Series Round Table.
Joel Parkinson (AUS) relives some of his best memories of watching Occy and Curren compete.